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PDFWAC 208-08-080

Depositions upon oral examination.

(1) Recording, signing, and filing of transcripts. If a deposition is allowed, it shall be recorded, including all questions and objections. If one of the parties orders a transcript, the testimony must be transcribed verbatim under the direction of the court reporter, who must certify the transcript. The witness must sign the transcript or waive signature. If a deposition is transcribed, the court reporter must file the original transcript and any exhibits to it with the presiding officer. The witness and any party may purchase a copy of the transcript from the court reporter.
(2) Cost. The party requesting the deposition must pay the cost of the deposition, including any sitting or facility fee. A party ordering a copy of a transcript must make appropriate arrangements to pay the court reporter.
(3) Videotaping of depositions. If a videotaped deposition is allowed, Superior Court Civil Rule 30 (b)(8) applies.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 34.05.250. WSR 17-16-056, § 208-08-080, filed 7/25/17, effective 10/1/17. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.320.040 and 34.05.250. WSR 96-11-035, § 208-08-080, filed 5/6/96, effective 6/6/96.]
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